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Encyclopedia > Ernie Nevers

Ernest Nevers (1903 - 1976) was a U.S. football player.


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Ernie Nevers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (350 words)
Ernest Nevers (born June 11, 1902 in Willow River, Minnesota; died May 3, 1976) was an American football fullback who played for the Duluth Eskimos and the Chicago Cardinals of the National Football League.
Nevers attended Stanford University, where he was an All-American, and played in the 1925 Rose Bowl.
Nevers' grandson, Tom Nevers, was a first round draft pick by the Houston Astros baseball team in the 1990 draft.
BookRags: Ernie Nevers Biography (1480 words)
Ernie Nevers, born on June 11, 1903, in Willow River, Minnesota, was the youngest of eight children.
Nevers starred for the Cardinals again in 1930 and 1931, but was forced to retire in 1932 after breaking his wrist in the All-Star game after the 1931 season.
Nevers was the first player-coach in big league history, serving as such for the Duluth Eskimos for one year and for the Chicago Cardinals for two.
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